Interned vs Interred - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between interned and interred is that interned is (intern) while interred is (inter). As a adjective interred is having been interred.
* interne (archaic)
From (etyl) , compare
(en noun )
A person who is interned, forceably or voluntarily.
(en verb )
To imprison somebody, usually without trial.
# To confine or hold (foreign military personnel who stray into the state’s territory) within prescribed limits during wartime.
- The US government interned thousands of Japanese-Americans during World War II.
(computing) To internalize.
To work as an intern. Usually with little or no pay or other legal prerogatives of employment, for the purpose of furthering a program of education.
- The Swiss government interned the Italian soldiers who had strayed onto Swiss territory.
- I’ll be interning at Universal Studios this summer.
From (etyl) interne ‘inner, internal’, from (etyl) internus “within, internal”, from inter “between”; compare etymology 1
(en noun )
A student or recent graduate who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field
A medical student or recent graduate working in a hospital as a final part of medical training
* intered (rare)
Having been interred.
(of a buried corpse) Located.
* (having been interred) belowground, buried, inhumed
* (located) buried
* (having been interred) unburied
* 1623 , William Shakespeare, King Henry V , Crown Publishers, Inc. (1975), page 509
- I Richard’s body have interred new, and on it have bestow’d more contrite tears than from it issu’d forced drops of blood…